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Facilities Management

Facilities managers are finding their work increasingly focused on proactive ways to avoid emergencies. We can help you proactively avoid emergencies while also maximizing your power systems so that you aren’t wasting energy.

Improving your overall energy usage can help you comply with new “green” initiatives. For example, with your Diesel Generator Systems, we offer load banks for testing that can help you avoid diesel engine “wet stacking” and ultimately engine performance problems that can lead to equipment failure when you need it most.

Additionally, we offer load banks for testing UPS systems, DC battery systems, electrical distribution systems, circuit breakers, and virtually all electrical systems in your facility. From newly installed systems to existing systems, from commissioning to routine preventative maintenance testing, load banks offer you the tool to verify that your facilities’ electrical systems are performing properly and as designed. Call today for a free consultation; we are here to help.

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Load Banks of America provides load bank solutions across North America. Contact us to get a quote for your area.

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Load Banks of America serves these locations and beyond. Inquire if your location is not listed.

  • Amarillo
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  • Corpus Christi
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  • Lubbock
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  • Aruba
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  • Canada
  • Central America
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  • South America
  • United States